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02-13-2006 09:59 PM
Salar36 Oh oh...you have Ice fishing for salmon in Scotland???
02-02-2006 07:33 AM
Charlie Perhaps he was trying to use the whiskey to thaw the grue. Whiskey is good but catching a salmon is better.

Good luck with your season, hope it goes well. We still have a few months.

Charlie.
02-01-2006 06:25 PM
QuebecSporting Hi Willie G..

What beautiful water....!!


Let us know when you're in the backing!!

Ann
02-01-2006 02:58 PM
Willie Gunn
Dee 2006

The season opened on the Scottish Dee. Actor Paul Young wasted some fine whiskey by pouring it onto the river for the TV cameras. The river had a 3-4 ft border of 2-3" ice, with the center of the river being full of grue. (frozen ice chrystals) We stood around till 3 0 clock vainly hoping for a thaw, but as the temperature started to drop even I decided the thaw was not arriving.





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